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Smiffla

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This is a serious long shot and don't expect any resolution from this posting but thought I'd ask none the less.

I'm trying to get hold Of a manual for a vst educator viseroy wood lathe.

Tried everywhere I can think

any help would be gratefully appreciated.

Smudge
 

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perhaps the spelling you use - viseroy - as opposed to Viceroy, as I believe it should spell, may be why?
Hope this helps...bosshogg :)
 

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bosshogg":2v5krjo6 said:
perhaps the spelling you use - viseroy - as opposed to Viceroy, as I believe it should spell, may be why?
Hope this helps...bosshogg :)

Oooops! Spelling mistake! Yes I'm aware it's with a "c"

How embarrassing!

Smudge
 

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According to http://www.lathes.co.uk/viceroy/page4.html
handbooks are available.
Try an email to Tony Griffiths with as much machine specific info and maybe a photo to help identify your machine.
He funds his site by selling manuals so be prepared to dip in your pocket.

Good Luck

Bob

EDIT OK others can type faster but did you look at the pictures on that page?
 

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Chas & Bob,

You are legends!

And so is tony griffiths, very nice guy

Cheers dudes!

smudge
 
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